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An example or two of our custom capabilities...

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This is an interesting piece I just finished in time for a wife to give it to her husband for Valentine's Day. It's his family crest. The tricky (more like major PITA!) part with this one was getting the back dished out to fit the curvature on the derby cover of his Street Bob. It's chrome and is going onto a black cover (it is a separate piece from the chrome cover shown. This cover was only used for mock up).




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It doesn't end with just billet customization... CermaKrome polished silver ceramic coated Talons with optional Talon heat shields custom powder coated Orange Crush for a highly custom look. Have an idea? A crazy thought? Want something customized like no one else has? Then speak up because I want to hear about it!


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These custom polished billet badges turned out larger than I could use for a certain custom job I'm working on for a member, so not to let them go to waste, with one I curved it to help a friend hide a scratch on his fender.




And the other... ended up on my truck!




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A few more examples of current customs in the works...

Don't worry, this one for a local FL 3 patch MC get's a final 'straightening' after coating due to it's delicate nature.


A custom Kingpin insert in the font of the customer's choice.


Here's a cool Hammer custom for a fellow member getting done in Candy Apple Red


If I have to explain where this one's going you've a Newbie here, aren't you???


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OK, got a few more back from powder coating...

Candy Red custom Hammer insert, and then on a Carbon Fiber back plate



Here's a familiar logo... in polished billet & then Candy Red powder coated


Custominserts024.jpg picture by cycleopsusa

... in metallic pearl yellow... the camera didn't do this color justice! Pearlescent flakes light up in the yellow




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